Latest Mild cognitive impairment Stories
Patients suffering from early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease who were diagnosed sooner than usual using a brain imaging test received Alzheimer-specific medications earlier than those who did not have the brain imaging results available to their doctors or themselves.
For years, scientists have attempted to understand how Alzheimer’s disease harms the brain before memory loss and dementia are clinically detectable.
A new study shows cognitive enhancement drugs do not improve cognition or brain function, and may actually cause adverse health effects in people with mild cognitive impairment.
A political drive, led by the UK and US, to screen older people for minor memory changes (often called mild cognitive impairment or pre-dementia) is leading to unnecessary investigation and potentially harmful treatment for what is arguably an inevitable consequence of aging.
Two new studies have revealed readily-detectable, early-warning signs of neurological impairment.
The degeneration of a small, wishbone-shaped structure deep inside the brain may provide the earliest clues to future cognitive decline, long before healthy older people exhibit clinical symptoms
Neurological Wellness Center physicians respond to recent report that mild cognitive impairment leads to Alzheimer’s. (PRWEB) August 07, 2013 A major
Researchers have reported that exercise could improve cognitive function for people at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
A class of drug, called ACE inhibitors, which are used to lower blood pressure, slow the rate of cognitive decline typical of dementia.
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